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     JEANINE HILL-SOLDNER Fine Art

  



Bio:


Algonquin resident Jeanine Hill-Soldner is the owner of Soldner Fine Art Studio located near Chicago, Illinois.  She is an award winning nationally recognized artist with more than 30 years of art exhibition and teaching experience.  Born in Quantico, Virginia and raised in a military family, she moved frequently and has traveled internationally all of her life.  The Artist’s grandfather gave her a set of oil paints at age 12 and by the age of 15 she was accepted as a student in the painting studio of Florida artist Lanier Densmore setting the foundation for her lifelong passion for art.  She has a Master of Art in Art Education from the University of Illinois and a Bachelors of Art in Art Education from the University of Florida.

The Artist focuses on oil and acrylics painting with drawings and watercolors filling her portfolio. She is known for her original works on subjects ranging from portraits and figures to landscapes, still life and mixed conceptual works.  Working full-time in her Crystal Lake studio and exhibiting widely in the Chicago area Jeanine is always ready for the next exhibit or commission and rigorously committed to her craft.  She is creator of the groundbreaking solo traveling exhibit “Memories of Era, Reflections of Our Time” and founder of the seminal “Portraits of American Veterans Project.”

Exhibitions include more than 140 juried group and solo shows. Her rich and colorful art works can be found in private and public collections in the US and Europe.   Her work and artist profile has been the subject of many feature newspaper and magazine publications.  The Artist’s Profile was featured on the PBS Real Simple TV nationwide, WTTW Chicago, Chicago Fox News and Northwest Herald Multimedia Video.

Artist Statement:

I work full time as a professional artist and maintain a rigorous studio practice. I want to create new interpretations of the everyday milieu and capture the viewer’s imagination. My work is considered representational and rich in content that relates to the world of people, places and things. This synthesis of a multifaceted visual world is a reflection of my lifetime of travel from childhood to the present day.

My passion for art grows every day as I find more depth and richness to discover in the continuous evolution of my creative process.  From the idea in my mind’s eye to the final work of art, there is no end to what I can achieve with the sensuous and expressive qualities inherent in the application of paint and beauty of line.  While my work bridges the boundary between representation and abstraction I strive to reveal fresh ways of seeing the world.  My art brings me closer the deepest and most sublime moments of life.  I find a unique visual richness in the everyday world around me, and in the people, places and events that shape our time.



 

Jeanine Hill-Soldner 2017






Photo by Patti Bell